Over the last year, Budapest has been one of Cities Direct fastest growing cheap break destinations and with so much to do and see within Budapest city centre, it’s a great cheap break destination. Since Hungary’s entrance to the European Union in 2004, Budapest has become one of the hottest cities to visit. It has recently benefited from many new direct flights from the UK making Budapest cheap breaks increasingly accessible and affordable. You can now travel on a Budapest cheap break from any of the following UK airports on direct non-stop flights: Bristol, Gatwick, Heathrow, Luton, Manchester, Newcastle and Stansted
So why is Budapest one of Cities Direct most popular cheap break destinations? This is partly as a result of our expertise in the cheap city breaks product, and we are very well placed to take advantage of the best flight prices on direct routes from the UK. We have also negotiated some excellent rates with a selection of quality hotels on our Budapest Cheap City Breaks programme. We therefore have some superb prices for your short break in Budapest and can personally recommend an excellent range of hotels. Whatever your requirements, whether you prefer superb value for money 2 or 3 star hotels such as the Eben Hotel, the Mercure Metropol Hotel or the Grand Hungaria, or if you prefer the luxury of a 4 or 5 star Hotel such as the contemporary 4 star NH Budapest or the superb value 5 star Hilton Budapest, our dedicated reservation team is on hand to advise you and ensure that your break in Budapest meets your standards.
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One of the attractions of a cheap break to Budapest, is that the accommodation is usually very affordable. If you are looking for very reasonably priced accommodation for your Budapest break we would suggest the Best Western Grand Hungaria. The hotel is well located within Budapest City Centre and is a large hotel with an excellent range of facilities and good reputation. The 4 star NH Budapest certainly won’t break the bank either and it pleasantly decorated throughout in a contemporary style with a superb reputation. The Grand Hungaria and the NH Budapest represent just a small selection of the hotels available on our Cheap Breaks to Budapest programme. Our dedicated reservation team is on hand to guide you in your selection and ensure that you have a thoroughly enjoyable time on your Budapest City Break.
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Aside from our excellent selection of hotels, one of the reasons why our Budapest Cheap Breaks are so popular, is simply because it is such a great destination with wonderful nightlife and superbly priced bars and restaurants – you may even come back with change! Coffee house culture is also big here and the cuisine within Budapest city centre is by no means limited to Magyar cuisine! Hungarians love to party into the early hours, so a cheap break to Budapest is an excellent choice if you are looking for a destination with plenty of clubs and bars. Budapest cheap breaks are also a popular choice for groups on a limited budget.
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Budapest Cheap Breaks are by no means limited to those looking for great nightlife. This destination is a popular short breaks destination because it has an enormous range of things to see and do all within the city centre. The Danube River divides Budapest city centre into the greener Buda area with its attractive castle and the bustling Pest side of the river. There is such a range of interesting sights to include in Budapest Cheap Breaks but we would suggest including a visit to Budapest Castle, Fishermen’s Bastion with its superb views of Pest and to one of the famous Turkish baths such as Gellért Turkish Baths. There is also a wealth of musical events and festivities throughout the year. Our Budapest Cheap Breaks are popular all year round with some superb special offers during the winter months in particular. We do however recommend booking early to take advantage of the cheap flight prices on this popular cheap breaks destination.
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